I am trying to find a better and more ideal way to do this installation. I have already spent many days and sweat running Ethernet cables all over the attic to fix my internet problem here at my Hotel Property.
There is a photo of my properties "top view" layout. There is an attic above all of the rooms in which I can crawl through and run the wires, which I have already done. Access Points 1,2,3 and 4 are always unstable and most of the time never work. Even if I am in the room right below the access point. I have come to the conclusion that it is because of the fact that my three very large hot water tanks that are located in the boiler room are in the same building as those four routers, thus the routers cannot "breathe". Access Points 5,6,7 which are also in the attic are just fine and they also work just fine. The operate in a much lower temperature (still pretty hot up there).
I am trying to fix this problem.. I have purchased an Omni Directional antenna from TP-Link with 15dbi Gain. However, Where would I install this? Is there another solution to the problem?
By the way, the access point are all Zyxel G-3000H Units. They are all POE and all ethernet wires from each unit are ran to the office/lobby about 250 ft away. Also, placing the units outside is not plausible due to the inclement weather and no way of hiding them. they can be placed in any of the storage/electric rooms however..
What is the best way this can be done? Please help!
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